Durdle Door, Dorset

Places to visit around Littlesea

There are lots of fabulous places to visit, using your holiday home as a base. From beautiful beaches and landscapes to historical sites to adventure parks...you choose! Explore the local area and all the fabulous attractions close to Littlesea Holiday Park in Dorset.

Subtropical Gardens

A magnificent 30 acre garden filled with rare and exotic plants from all over the world. Many of the flowers grown here can be purchased too.

Monkey World

Enjoy a fascinating day out for all the family at Monkey World - an ape and monkey sanctuary and rescue centre.

Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove lies on the Jurassic Coast and is the prime attraction for its beautiful scenic views and leisure walks.

Go Ape

Live life a little more adventurously, get in touch with your inner Tarzan and enjoy the great outdoors on zip wires and high ropes.

Nothe Fort Weymouth

Nothe Fort is an unmissable day out for all the family with so much to see and explore - you don't even have to be a military enthusiast!

Abbotsbury Farm

Experience a fantastic day out for all the family with events including goat racing as well as animal feeding and an outdoor play area.

Our video guide to Dorset

In our very first 20 minute video guide exploring the UK, we join travel journalist Trish Harbord on her 48 hour journey to discover what Dorset has to offer.

First we take a look at the famous coastal landmarks at Durdle Door, and the beautiful beach at West Bay. But the coastline isn't the only place to get some sand in between your toes, as we visit Lee at Sand World to check out his One Direction inspired sandcastle, then head further inland to visit Upwey Wishing Well and the Cove House Inn set in the charming Dorset countryside.